08 July 2019
Google itself has teased the design of Pixel 4 so that we could curb our curiosity to some level. Later on, some live images were also spotted that didn’t offer a clean look, but at least, it was satisfying to see the device one more time. Well, now we don’t have any new glimpse of the device, but a tip coming from the very known leaker OnLeaks tells us what could be the display size and dimensions of the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL.
According to the tip, the Pixel 4 could carry a display size between a 5.6-inch to 5.8-inch with dimensions roughly at 147x68.9x8.2mm, where 8.2mm thickness without the camera bump. And, with the camera bump, the entire thickness becomes 9.3mm. This means the Pixel 4 will be larger and even thicker than the Pixel 3.
Coming to the Pixel 4 XL, its size could vary from 6.2-inch to 6.4-inch and it may support 160.4x75.2x8.2mm and same 9.3mm thickness with the rear camera bump. Here the size doesn't seem to be a big difference, but the thickness has definitely increased.
Going by some recently speculated features, the Pixel 4 may include Soli radar chip so as to support new air gestures. These gestures may act as controllers for media playback. The devices may also support automatic white balance feature, similar to Apple’s True Tone.
The design of the Pixel 4 series has already confirmed dual rear cameras placed in a square module. It’s suspected that the XL model may also feature dual selfie-cameras. And, with the Pixel 4 series, Google may finally be going away from the display notch as we could see hole-punch on the display.
At the time of renders leak before the actual reveal by Google, it was speculated the Pixel 4 series will feature in-display fingerprint scanner or 3D facial recognition technology. They may not feature 3.5mm headphone jack but will include USB Type-C port and two speaker grills at the bottom.
The Pixel 4 series will launch in October as Google launches its new hardware in this month every year.